Rebels’ Sept. 10 Home Opener Televised by SEC Network
OXFORD, Miss. – The Ole Miss Rebels’ 2016 football home opener against Wofford will kick off at 3 p.m. CT and be televised by the SEC Network, it was announced Tuesday by the Southeastern Conference office and ESPN.
Ole Miss now knows game times for its first three contests of the 2016 season.
- Monday, Sept. 5 – Florida State – Orlando, Fla. –
7 p.m. CT – ESPN
- Saturday, Sept. 10 – Wofford – Oxford, Miss. –
3 p.m. CT – SEC Network
- Saturday, Sept. 17 – Alabama – Oxford, Miss. – 2:30 p.m. CT – CBS
Fans at the Sept. 10 home opener will get to experience Vaught-Hemingway Stadium like never before. The bowled-in north end zone will increase capacity to 64,038 (largest facility in Mississippi), while the south end zone has been renovated to include 30 new field-level luxury suites. The gameday atmosphere will be better than ever before with three new videoboards and brand new sound system and stadium lights.
The Rebels and Terriers have never met on the gridiron.